Don’t forget to jump on Mathletics and play live.
You have until next Wednesday to answer this weeks question. Don’t forget to write down the answer and the proof.
1. The largest U.S. city is located in this state.
2. The state flower is the rose.
3. This state is the leading center of banking in the U.S.
4. The headquarters of the United Nations is located here.
Everyone that answers the question correctly will receive 10 raffle tickets each.
Last week we had lots of fun trying to walk on eggshells with our buddies. Some of us were successfull and some of us ended up quite eggy…. Mr Hollaway even came down to give it a go!!!!
Week 2 of Quiz Time! Don’t forget to write a reason as to why you think the answer is that particular one.
I will be checking the answers on Friday and giving away 5 raffle tickets for every correct answer. Good luck!
1. This is a small island country off the southern tip of India.
2. The people of this country use every part of the coconut by drinking the juice, eating the meat, making bowls or spoons from the shells and drying the outer fibre to twist into mats or bags.
3. In this country’s village of Dorala, much of the world’s cinnamon is grown.
4. This country was once called Ceylon.
Name of Country: _________________________________
It’s Quiz Time! Answer the following question and earn yourself 5 raffle tickets if the answer is correct. Good Luck. I will be checking in tomorrow (Friday) to see who has answered the question correctly.
1. The world’s highest waterfall is located in this country.
2. The currency in this country is the bolivar.
3. The name for this country is the Spanish word for Little Venice.
4. The capital, Caracas, is found in the highlands along the Caribbean Sea.
NAME OF COUNTRY OR STATE;_____________________
What would happen if you tried to blow a bubble inside another bubble? Sounds impossible, doesn’t it? Well, that’s just what we tried to do!
Bubbles are bits of air or gas trapped inside a liquid ball. The surface of a bubble is very thin and they are very fragile when a dry object touches them. That is because soap film sticks to the object which puts a strain on the bubble. Anything wet can enter the bubble without it breaking. The wet surface meeting the soapy film becomes part of it. By keeping the table surface and the straw wet we were able to blow bubbles inside another. Mind you, there were a lot of popped bubbles along the way! Take a look…